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AIEEE 2003
PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY SOLUTIONS
1. Force is
r
⊥ to displacement ⇒ the work done is zero
2. Since there is no deviation in the path of the charged particle, so net force due to presence of electric and
magnetic field must be zero
2 3
4
m / Wb 10
10
10
V
E
B qE vB · · · ⇒ · ⇒
3.
l T ∝
2
2
1
2
1
L I ;
l
l
T
T
∝ ·
( )
2 4
T
T
4
L
L 2
L
L
I
I
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
· · ⇒
]
]
]

· · · ⇒
2
1
T
T
2
T
T
1
2 1
2
· ⇒ · ⇒
4.
3 . W 60 tan ) H (
0
· · τ
7. Mass =
kg 5
8 . 9
49
·
. When lift is moving downward, apparent weight = 5(9.8 - 5) = 5
×
4.8 = 24 N
8. Potential ∝ R
R

length ⇒ Potential difference

l
11.
C 16 T
10 10 25
40
T
0
5 6
· ∆ ⇒
× ×
· ∆
− −
13.
[ ]
2
0 0
2
0 0
0 0
C
1
C
1
C
1
·
]
]
]

ε µ
⇒ ·
ε µ
⇒ ·
ε µ
[C] = LT
-1
or [C]
2
= L
2
T
-2
14.
2 2
R t M or R m
2
1
I ∝ ∝ ·
For disc X, ( )
2 2 2
x
) R ( . t r
2
1
) R )( m (
2
1
I π · ·
For disc Y,
2 2
] R 4 [ ] 4 / t . ) R 4 ( [
2
1
π ·
y
I
x y 3
y
x
I 64 I
) 4 (
1
I
I
· ⇒ · ⇒
15.
3
2
1
2
2
1 3 2
R
R
T
T
R T

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`

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|
·

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`

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|
⇒ ∝
2 / 3
2 / 3
2
1
2
1
4
1
R
R
T
T

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`

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|
·

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`

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|
·

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`

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|
⇒ 8 ) 4 (
T
T
2 / 3
1
2
· · ⇒
hours 40 40 5 8 T 8 T
1 2
· · × · × · ⇒
< x
10m 10m
10m/sec
V
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16.
w
. E . K
L energy Kinetic
frequency Angular
1
momentum Angular · ⇒ ∝ ∝
r
4
L
L 4
KE
w
w
E . K
L
L
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
· ⇒ · ×

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`

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|
·
17.
RMIVUXGE
g sin Decrea
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ → ÷
λ
R → Radio waves ; M →Micro waves; I → Infra red rays; V → Visible rays; U→ Ultraviolet rays;
X → X rays; G →
γ rays; C → Cosmic rays
γ ⇒ rays has least wavelength
18. Applying the principle of conservation of linear momentum
238
u 4
v ) 238 ( ) v ( ) u ( ) 4 ( · ⇒ ·
19. Distance between the surface of the spherical bodies = 12R - R - 2R = 9R
Force

Mass, Acceleration

Mass, Distance

Acceleration
1 2
2
1
2
1
S 5 S
5
1
S
S
5
1
SM
M
a
a
· ⇒ · ⇒ · · ⇒
S
1
+ S
2
= 9 ⇒ 6S
1
= 9 ⇒ S
1
=
6
9
= 1.5, S
2
= 1.5
×
5 = 7.5
Note: Maximum distance will be travelled by smaller bodies due to the greater acceleration caused by the
same gravitational force
21. Energy = Work done by force (F)
6 2
m 2500
F ) 6 )( F ( ) 50 ( . m
2
1
2
×
· ⇒ · ⇒
) S )( F ( ) 100 ( m .
2
1
hr / km 100 v For
2
· ·
S
6 2
m 2500
) 100 ( m
2
1
2

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|
×
· ⇒
m 24
2 2500
2 6 100 100
S ·
×
× × ×
· ⇒
22. From, the question if the horizontal distance is none other than the horizontal range on the level of the roof of
building
Range = 66 . 8
10 2
3 10 10
g
) 30 2 ( sin ) 10 (
g
2 sin u
2 2
·
×
× ×
·
×
·
θ
24. ] MLT [ ] T ][ L ][ M [ ] momentum [
1 1 − −
· ·
(Planck’s Constant) =
1 2
1
2 1
T ML
T
] LT ][ M [
u
E



· ·
25. According to triangle law of forces, the resultant force is zero.
In presence of zero external force, there is no change in velocity
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26. According to Gauss’s Law
( ) ) ( q / q dA . E
1 2 0 0 0
φ − φ ε · ⇒ ε ·

[

· φ dA . E ce sin ]
27.
N 10

mg
N f µ ·
W 10 . W N mg f · µ ⇒ · µ ⇒ ·
W 10 2 . 0 · × ⇒ N 2 W · ∴
28.
10
6
g a · µ ·
[ using v = u + at]
06 . 0
10 10
6
g 10
6
·
×
·
×
· µ ⇒
31. Since the displacement for both block and rope is same so, the acceleration must be same for both
>P M
>P >
T T
T = Ma
........ (i)
M m
P
a a ) M m ( p
+
· ⇒ + · ⇒
M m
PM
a . M T
+
· ·
33. Elastic energy =
x F
2
1
× ×
F = 200 N, x = 1 mm = 10
-3
m
J 1 . 0 10 1 200
2
1
E
3
· × × × · ∴

34. Escape velocity of a body is independent of the angle of projection. Hence, changing the angle of projection
is not going to effect the magnitude of escape velocity
35.
K
M
2 T π ·
....... (i)
K
m M
2
3
T 5 +
π ·
......... (ii)
Dividing equation (ii) by equation (i),
M
m M
3
5 +
·
. Squaring both the sides
9
16
1
9
25
M
m
M
m
1
M
m M
9
25
· − · ⇒ + ·
+
·
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36. External amount of work must be done in order to flow heat from lower temperature to higher temperature.
This is according to second law of thermodynamics.
37. k I m A V
2
max
· ω · ω ·
m
k
m
k
2
· ω ⇒ · ω ⇒
2
1
2
1
k
k
or K ·
ω
ω
∝ ω ⇒
max V max V
B A
·
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
k
k
A
A
) A (
m
k
) A (
m
k
· ⇒

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·

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|

38.

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`

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|
+ π · π ·
g
l
log
2
1
) 2 log( T log ;
g
l
2 T
) g log(
2
1
) l log(
2
1
) 2 log( T log − + π · ⇒
Differentiating
100
l
l
2
1
100
T
T
0
l
l
2
1
0
T
T
×

× · ×

⇒ −

× + ·

% 10 5 . 10 21
2
1
≈ · × ·
Note: In this method, the % error obtained is an approximate value on the higher side. Exact value is less than
the obtained one.
39.

,
`

.
| π
+ − ·

3
x 2 t 600 sin 10 y
4
. Comparing it with standard equation
s / m 600 v ); kx vt ( sin A y · − ·
40.
H 1 . 0 L
05 . 0
) 2 ( 2
) L ( 8
dt
dI
L e · ⇒
− −
· ⇒ − ·
41.
2
Q
q ·
*44.

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|
· ⇒
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`

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|
·
1250
5000
ln
5
1
K
N
N
ln
f
1
K
2 ln 4 . 0 2 ln
5
2
) 4 ln(
5
1
· ·
45. No. of α particles emitted = 8, No. of

β
particles emitted = 4, No.of
+
β
particles emitted = 2
z = 92 - 2
×
8 + 4 - 2 = 78
48.
A 5 . 1
2
3
I · ·
Ω 3
Ω 3 Ω 3
3V 3V
Ω 3
3V
Ω 6
Ω 2
50. ) t sin t (cos 4 x π + π · ] t sin ] t
2
[sin 4 π +
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`

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|
π −
π
·
]
]
]
]
]
]

,
`

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|
π +
π
− π

,
`

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|
π −
π
− π
× ·
2
t
2
t
cos
2
t
2
t
sin 2 4
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]
]
]

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`

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|
π +
π

π
· t
4
cos .
4
sin 8
]
]
]

π
− π ·
]
]
]

π
− π ·
4
t cos 2 4
4
t cos .
2
8
Comparing it with standard equation
X = A cos (wt - Kx)
2 4 A · ⇒
51. Potential due to spherical shell,
R 4
q
v
0
1
πε
· . Potential difference due to charge at the centre
R 4
q
R 4
Q 2
V V V ;
r 4
Q 2
V
0 0
2 1
0
2
πε
+
πε
· + ·
πε
·
52. Work done J 10 32
10 100 2
) 10 8 (
c
q
2
1
32
8
2 18 2



× ·
× ×
×
· ·
53.
2
y
2
x
t 3
dt
dy
V , t 3
dt
dx
V β · · α · ·
2 2 2
y x
t 3 V V v
2 2
β + α · + ·
r
54.
3
2
1
2
1 3
T
T
P
P
T P

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|
·

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`

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|

Comparing it with standard eq.
2
3
C
C
v
p
· γ ·
56.
273 627
) 27 273 ( ) 273 627 (
+
+ − +
· η
3
2
900
600
900
300 900
· ·

·
work = Heat ) ( × η
=
J 10 4 . 8 J 2 . 4 10 3
3
2
6 6
× · × × ×
57. Required work done
4 2 2 3 2
1
2
2
10 ] 5 10 [ 10 5
2
1
) x x ( K
2
1

× − × × · − ·
75 . 18 10 10 75 5
2
1
4 3
· × × × × ·

58.
m 1 l ;
T
l 2
1
n ·
µ
·
T = 10 Kg wt. = 10
×
10 = 100 N
µ = 9.8 g/m = 9.8
×
10
-3
kg/m n = 50 hz
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66. Power = F. V
· ⇒
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`

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|
·
dt
dV
. v . m
dt
dV
m F constant = C
kdt vdv k
m
C
dt
dV
· ⇒ · · ⇒ c kt
2
V
dt k dv v
2
+ · ⇒ · ⇒
∫ ∫
2 / 1
) t ( v ∝ ⇒
2 / 1
t . c
dt
ds
·
2 / 3 2 / 1
t
3
2
. C S dt ) t . c ( ds · ⇒ · ⇒
∫ ∫
2 / 3
2 / 3
t s
2 / 3
t . c
S ∝ ⇒ · ⇒
67. Thrust = Mass
×
Acceleration = 3.5
×
10
4

×
10 = 3.5
×
10
5
N
69. The force body diagram
2
3 1
2
2
3 1
1
b
q q
.
0 4
1
F ;
a
q q
.
0 4
1
F
πε
·
πε
·
]
]
]

+ θ
πε
· + θ ·
2
1
2
3 1
2 1 X
b
q
sin
a
q
0
4
q
F sin F F

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`

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|
+ θ ∝ ⇒
2
2
2
3
b
q
sin
a
q
Fx
70.
( )
1000
220
R or
R
V
p
2
2
· ·
Power consumed = 1000
220 220
110 110
R
V
2
×
×
×
· = 250 watt
73. According to Image formula
1
360
3 1
360
n −
θ
· ⇒ −
θ
·
90
360
4
360
·
4
· θ ⇒ ·
θ

74.
( ) ( ) 1 n
dt
dH
n
1 2
· ⇒ θ ∆ · θ − θ ∝
75. ( ) ( )( ) l 2 r l r or l 2 L
2
2
2
1
π · π ·
2
2
r
l
R ;
2
r
r
π
ρ · · ⇒
( )
R 4
r ) (
l 4 ) (
2 / r ) (
l 2
) ( R
2 2 new
× ·
π
ρ
·
π
ρ ·
R 3 R R 4 R · − · ∆ ∴
% 300 100
R
R 3
%
R
R
· × ·

<
<
˙ ˙
˙
θ
θ
a
-q3
(-q1)
F2
F1
a
+q2
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76. Liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen are used as excellent fuel for rockets. H
2
(l) has low mass and high
enthalpy of combustion whereas oxygen is a strong supporter of combustion
77.
CH3
NH2
+ CHCl3 + 3KOH→
CH3
N=C
+ 3KCl + 3H2O
78. Nylon is a polyamide polyer
79. More is the no . of + I groups attached to N atom greater is the basic character.
80. C
6
H
5
I will not respond to silver nitrate test because C-I bond has a partial double bond character.
81. For a cyclic process the net change in the internal energy is zero because the change in internal energy does
not depend on the path.
82. CH
2
= CH
2
(g) + H
2
(g) → CH
3
- CH
3
) H C ( 2 ) C C ( 1 ) H H ( 1 ) C C ( 1 ) H C ( 6 ) C C ( 1 ) H H ( 1 ) H C ( 4 ) C C ( 1 H − − − − − + · · − − − − − + − + · · ∆
. kJ 125 1175 1050 414 2 347 435 615 − · − · × − − + ·
83. Th Th X Th
230
90
234
92
234
91
234
90
÷→ ÷ ÷→ ÷ ÷→ ÷
α − β − β −
84. t
1/2
= 3 hrs. Initial mass (C
0
) = 256 g
g 4
64
256
) 2 (
256
2
C
C
6 n
0
n
· · · · ∴
86.
z
1
∝ Ω
Å 85 . 0
57
71 06 . 1
z
z
2
2 1
2
2
1
· Ω ⇒ ·

⇒ ·


88. Co(NH
3
)
5
Cl
3
[Co(NH
3
)
5
Cl]
+2
+ 2Cl
-

Structure is [Co(NH
3
)
5
Cl] Cl
2
.
89. 4 (+1) + x + (-1)
×
4 = 0 0 4 x 4 · − + ⇒
x = 0
91. An acidic solution cannot have a pH > 7.
92. In neopentane all the H atoms are same (1
0
).
CH3 - C - CH3
CH3
CH3
94. PH
3
+ 4Cl
2
→ PCl
5
+ 3HCI
95. Fe
+2
= 3d
6
. 4s
0
96. 4HCI + O
2
→ 2Cl
2
+ 2H
2
O
Cloud of white fumes
99. The properties of elements change with a change in atomic number.
100. Ammonia can dissolve ppt. of Agcl only due to formation of complex as given below:
AgCl + 2NH
3
→ [Ag(NH
3
)
2
] Cl
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101. Glass is a transparent or translucent super cooled liquid.
102. For s-electron, l = 0

angular momentum = zero
103. Number of formulas in cube shaped crystals =
23
10 02 . 6
5 . 58
0 . 1
× ×
since in NaCl type of structure 4 formula
units form a cell


unit cells =
4 5 . 58
10 02 . 6 0 . 1
23
×
× ×
= 2.57
×
10
21
unit cells.
104.
H - C - O
||
O
Θ
↔ H - C = O
||
O
105. As adsorption is an exothermic process.

Rise in temperature will decrease adsorption.
106. The equilibrium constant is related to the standard emf of cell by the expression
059 . 0
2
295 . 0
059 . 0
n
E K log
0
cell
× · × ·
10
10 1 K or 10
59
590
K log

× · · ·
107. For spontaneous reaction, dS > 0 an
G ∆
and dG should be negative i.e. < 0
108. [A] = 1.0
×
10
-5
, [B] = [1.0
×
10
-5
]
K
sp
= [2.B]
2
[A] = [2
×
10
-5
]
2
[1.0
×
10
-5
] = 4
×
10
-15
109. No. of moles of boron =
2
8 . 10
6 . 21
·
for BCl
3

1 mole of Boron = 3 mole of Cl

2 mole of Boron = 6 mole of Cl
H
2
+ Cl
2
→2HCI
⇒ 3 moles of Hydrogen is required
= 3
×
22.4 = 67.2 Litre
110.
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
L / mol 10 3
10 8 . 4
10 2 . 1
O N
NO
K
3
2
2
2
4 2
2
2
C



× ·
×
×
· ·
111. Due to exothermicity of reaction low or optimum temperature will be required. Since 3 moles are changing to
2 moles.

High pressure will be required.
113.
4 2 2
HgI K KI HgI → +
(insoluble) (soluble)
On heating HgI
2
decomposes as HgI
2
Hg + I
2
117. No. of moles of silver =
moles
10
1
96500
9650
·

Mass of silver deposited =
g 8 . 10 108
10
1
· ×
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118.
[ ]
[ ]
2
2
0
cell cell
Zn
Cu
log
n
059 . 0
E E
+
+
+ ·
V 07 . 1 0295 . 0 10 . 1 ] 1 . 0 log[
2
059 . 0
10 . 1 · − · + ·
120. f-block elements show a regular decrease in atomic size due to lanthanide/actinide contraction.
122. LiAl
H
4
can reduce COOH group and not the double bond
OH
2
CH CH
2
CH
LAH
COOH CH CH
2
− ·
÷ ÷ → ÷ − ·
123. According to kinetic theory the gas molecules travel in a straight line path but show haphazard motion due to
collisions.
125. A chiral object or structure has four different groups attached to the carbocation.
126.
+ − − −
+ → + H CrO 2 OH O Cr
2
4
2
7 2
. The above equilibrium shifts to L.H.S. on addition of acid.
127. It is because mercury exists as liquid at room temperature.
128. Gypsum is CaSO
4
.2H
2
O
129.
e cos Glu D
6
O
12
H
6
nC
H
2 5 10 6
O nH n ) O H C (

÷→ ÷ +
+
130. AgNO
3
→ Ag + NO
2
+
2
O
2
1
131. H O CH CH H OH CH CH
2 3
1 step
2 3
− − ÷ ÷→ ÷ +
+
H

Protonated alcohol
132. The solubility is governed by
solution
H ∆ i.e.
solution
H ∆ =
Hydration lattice
H H ∆ − ∆ .
Due to increase in size the magnitude of hydration energy decresaes and hence the solubility.
133. The rain water after thunderstorm contains dissolved acid and therefore the pH is less than rain water without
thunderstorm.
135. O H 2 BaCl HCI 2 ) OH ( Ba
2 2 2
+ → +
Applying Molarity equation,
2
) HCI (
1
)
2
) OH ( Ba (
2 2 1 1
V M V M
·
or 25
×
M
1
=
07 . 0
10
7 . 0
25 2
35 1 . 0
M
2
35 1 . 0
1
· ·
×
×
· ∴
×
137. Rate
1
= k [A]
n
[B]
m
; Rate
2
= k[2A]
n
[½B]
m
m n m n m n
m n
m n
1
2
2 2 . 2 [½] ] 2 [
] B [ ] A [ k
] B [½ ] A 2 [ k
Rate
Rate
− −
· · · · ∴
138. CH
3
CH
2
N
·
→ C + H
2
O
÷→ ÷
+
H
CH
3
CH
2
NH
2
+ HCOOH. Therefore it gives only one mono chloroalkane.
140. On increasing pressure, the temperature is also increased. Thus in pressure cooker due to increase in pressure
the b.p. of water increases.
141. r = k[O
2
] [NO]
2
. When the volume is reduced to 1/2, The conc. will double.

New rate = k[2O
2
] [2NO]
2
= 8 k [O
2
] [NO]
2
. The new rate increases by eight times.
142. Magnesium provides cathodic protection and prevent rusting or corrosion.
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143. Both NO
2
and O
3
have angular shape and hence will have net dipole moment.
144. N
3-
, F
-
and Na
+
contain 10 electrons each.
145. Permanent hardness of water is due to chlorides and sulphates of calciumand magnesium.
146. In H
2
S, due to low electronegativity of sulphur the L.P. - L.P. repulsion is more than B.P. - B.P. repulsion and
hence the bond angle is 92
0
.
147. Both XeF
2
and and CO
2
have a linear structure.
148. Electronic configuration of Cr is
↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑
3d 4s
So due to half filled orbital I.P. is high of Cr.
149. The lines falling in the visible region comprise Balmer series. Hence the third line would be n
1
= 2, n
2
= 5 i.e.
5 → 2.
150.
m 10
10 10 60
10 6 . 6
mv
h
33
3
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AIEEE 2003
MATHEMATICS SOLUTION
1.
dx e
x
x 3
dx e
x
3
or
x
e
) x ( F
dx
d 3 3
x sin
4
1
4
1
3
2
x sin
x sin
∫ ∫
· ·
Let x
3
= t, 3x
2
dx = dt
when x = 1, t = 1 & x - 4, t = 64
∫ ∫
− · · ·
64
1
64
1
t sin
) 1 ( F ) 64 ( F dt ) t ( F dt
t
e
) t ( F
K = 64.
2. n = 9 then median term =
th
th
5
2
1 9
·
,
`

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| +
term. Last four observations are increased by 2. The median is 5th
observation which is remaining unchanged.

There will be no change in median.
3.
¹
'
¹
¹
'
¹
+ + −
¹
¹
¹
'
¹
¹
¹
¹
'
¹

,
`

.
|
+
,
`

.
|
+
,
`

.
|
+
,
`

.
|
∞ → ∞ →
4
3
4
3
4
n
4 4 4 4
n
n
n
........
n
2
n
1
n
1
Lim
n
n
.. ..........
n
3
n
2
n
1
Lim

·
]
]
]

· −
1
0
1
0
5
4
5
1
5
x
0 dx ) x (
4. Fundamental theorem (fact)
1
1 2
t
2
t t − − ·
5.
2 1 2 1
C C r r · − for intersection
⇒ r - 3 < 5 ⇒ r < 8 ......... (1)
and r
1
+ r
2
> C
1
C
2
, r+3 > 5 ⇒ r = 2 ..........(2)
From (1) and (2), 2 < r < 8.
6. y
2
= 4a(x - h), 2yy
1
= 4a ⇒ yy
1
= 2a ⇒ y
1
2
+ yy
1
= 0
Degree = 1, order = 2,
7.
25
1
81
y
144
x
2 2
· −
4
5
12
15
144
81
1 e ,
25
81
b ,
25
144
a · · + · · ·
Foci = (3, 0), focus of ellipse = (3, 0) ⇒
4
3
e ·
7
16
9
1 16 b
2
·
,
`

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|
− ·
8. ∫
− ·
t
0
dy ) y ( g ) y t ( f ) t ( F
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∫ ∫
− −
· ·
t
0
t
0
y t y t
ydy e e ydy e
[ ] [ ]
t
0
y y t
t
0
y y t
e ye e e ye e
− − − −
+ − · − − ·
[ ] ) t 1 ( e
e
e 1 t
e 1 0 e te e
t
t
t
t t t t
+ − ·
]
]
]

− +
· − − + − ·
− −
9.
( ) 1 x x log ) x ( f
2
+ + ·
( ) 1 x x log ) x ( f
2
+ + − · −
) x ( f ., e . i ), x ( f ) x ( f − · − is an odd function.
10.
a
c
,
a
b
, 0 c bx ax
2
· αβ

· β + α · + +
As for given condition, 2 2
1 1
β
+
α
· β + α
2
2
2
2
2 2
2 2
a
c
a
c 2
a
b
a
b

· −
β α
β + α
− · β + α
On simplification 2a
2
c = ab
2
+ bc
2
b
c
& ,
a
b
,
b
a
c
b
a
c
b
a 2
∴ + · ⇒

are in H.P.
11.
3 2 2
C 2 C C 0
c c 4 1
b b 3 1
a a 2 1
− → ·
1 2 2 2 3 3
R R R , R R R 0
c c 2 1
b b 1
a 0 1
− → − → ·
0
b c b c 2 0
a b b 0
a 0 1
·
− −

b (c - b) - (b - a) (2c - b) = 0
On simplification,
c
1
a
1
b
2
+ ·

a, b, c are in Harmonic Progression.
12. Co-ordinates of A = (acos α, a sin α)
Equation of OB,
x
4
tan y
,
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α +
π
·
4
π
α
C
Y B
A
X
O
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,
`

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|
+
π
− · ∴ ⊥ 2
4
cot CA of slope OB to r CA
Equation of CA ( ) α −
,
`

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|
+
π
− · α − cos a x 2
4
cot sin a y .
a ) sin (cos x ) cos (sin y · α − α + α + α
13. Equation of bisector of both pair of straight lines,
px
2
+ 2xy - py
2
= 0 ... (1)
qx
2
+ 2xy - qy
2
= 0 .... (2)
From (1) and (2).
1 pq
1
q
p 2
2
1
q
− · ⇒


·

·
.
14.
1 x 3 t sin b t cos a
3
1 t sin b t cos
x − · + ⇒
+ +
·
y 3 t sin b t sin a
3
t cos b t sin a
y · − ⇒

·
Squaring & adding, (3x - 1)
2
+ (3y)
2
= a
2
+ b
2
15.
K
x
) x 3 log( ) x 3 log(
Lim
0 x
·
− − +

(by L’Hospital rule)
K
3
2
K
1
x 3
1
x 3
1
Lim
0 x
· ∴ ·



+

16. θ · × · sin rp a ; p r a
r r r r
( )
]
θ · θ + θ · cos 90 sin cos rp H
0
Q
r
G = rp sin
θ
......... (1)
H = rp cos
θ
.......... (2)
x = rp sin( ) α + θ .......... (3)
From (1), (2) & (3),
α + α · sin H cos a x
r
r
17. R
2
= P
2
+ Q
2
+ 2PQ cos
θ
......... (1)
4R
2
= P
2
+ 4Q
2
+ 4PQ cos
θ
......... (2)
4R
2
= P
2
+ Q
2
- 2PQ cos
θ
......... (3)
On (1) + (2), 5R
2
= 2P
2
+ 2Q
2
......... (4)
On (3)
×
2+(2), 12R
2
= 3P
2
+ 6Q
2
......... (5)
2P
2
+ 2Q
2
- 5R
2
= 0 ......... (6)
3P
2
+ 6Q
2
- 12R
2
= 0 ......... (7)
6 12
R
15 24
Q
30 24
P
2 2 2

·

·
+ −
2 : 3 : 2 R : Q : P or
6
R
9
Q
6
P
2 2 2
2 2 2
· · ·
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18.
8 n ,
2
1
p .
2
1
q
2 npq
4 np
· · · ⇒
¹
'
¹
·
·
( )
32
1
2
1
2
1
. 8
2
1
2
1
C 1 X p
5 8
7
1
8
· · ·
,
`

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|

,
`

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|
· ·
19. ( ) 1 ) 1 ( f x x f
n
· ⇒ ·
n ) 1 ( f nx ) x ( f
1 n
· ′ ⇒ · ′

( ) ) 1 n ( n ) 1 ( f x 1 n n ) x ( f
2 n
− · ′ ′ ⇒ − · ′ ′

......................... ! n ) 1 ( f ! n ) x ( f
n n
· ⇒ ·
=
! n
! n
) 1 ( .........
! 3
) 2 n ( ) 1 n ( n
! 2
) 1 n ( n
! 1
n
1
n
− + +
− −


+ −
0 C ) 1 ( .......... C C C C
n
n n
3
n
2
n
1
n
0
n
· − + + − + − ·
20. Since
n
r
is perpendicular v u n , v and u
r r r r r
× ·
k
ˆ
2
k
ˆ
2
2 2
0 1 1
0 1 1
k j i
n
ˆ
− ·

·
×

·
3 3 ) k ( . ) k 3 j 2 i ( n
ˆ
. · − · − + + · ω
r
21.
k 4 j 2 i 7 F F F
2 1
− + · + +
r r r
k 2 j 2 i 4 A of V . P B of V . P d − + · − ·
r r r
unit 40 8 4 28 d . F W · + + · ·
r r
22.
A
D C B
j 4 i 3
r r
+ k 2 j 2 i 5
r r r
− +
P.V of
2
k ) 4 4 ( j ) 2 0 ( i ) 5 3 (
AD
+ + − + +
·
33 1 16 16 AD or k 4 j i 4 · + + · + − ·
23.
y = -x+1
(-1, 2)
y = 3+x y = 3-x
(1, 0)
(2, 1)
y = x-1
(0, 3)
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{ ¦ { ¦ { ¦
∫ ∫ ∫

− − − − + + − − − + + − − + ·
0
1
1
0
2
1
dx ) 1 x ( ) x 3 ( dx ) 1 x ( ) x 3 ( dx ) 1 x ( ) x 3 ( A
∫ ∫ ∫

− + + + ·
0
1
2
1
1
0
dx ) x 2 4 ( dx 2 dx ) x 2 2 (
[ ] [ ] [ ]
2
1
2 1
0
0
1
2
x x 4 x 2 x x 2 − + + − ·

= 0 - (-2+1) + (2 - 0) + (8 - 4) - (4 - 1)
= 1 + 2 + 4 - 3 = 4 sq. units
24. Shortest distance = perpendicular distance =
26
16 9 144
327 3 3 1 4 12 2
·
+ +
− × + × + × −

Shortest distance
] r 26 [ 13 13 26 9 15 1 4 26 − · − · + + + − · Q
25.
' c
' d 3
1
y
' a
' b x
;
c
d 3
1
y
a
b x −
· ·
− −
· ·

For perpendicular 0 c c 1 a a · ′ + + ′
26.
0
n m l
n m l
z z y y x x
2 2 2
1 1 1
1 2 1 2 1 2
·
− − −
0
1 1 2 k
k k 1 2
1 0 0
0
1 2 k
k 1 1
1 1 1
·
+
− +

⇒ · −
− −
k
2
+ 3k
2
= 0

k(k + 3) = 0 or k = 0 or -3
27. ∫ ∫
− + − + · ·
b
a
b
a
dx ) x b a ( f ) x b a ( dx ) x ( xf I
∫ ∫
− + − − + + ·
b
a
b
a
dx ) x b a ( xf dx ) x b a ( f ) b a (
∫ ∫
− − + + ·
b
a
b
a
dx ) x ( xf dx ) x b a ( f ) b a (

+ ·
b
a
dx ) x ( f ) b a ( I 2
∫ ∫
− +
+ (
·
+
·
b
a
b
a
dx ) x b a ( f
2
) b a
I ; dx ) x ( f
2
) b a (
I
28. Portion OA, OB corresponds to motion with acceleration ‘f’ and retardation ‘r’ respectively.
Area of
, t OL Let . t OB and S OAB
1
· · · ∆
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t
S 2
v ; v . t
2
1
AL . OB
2
1
S , v AL and t LB
2
· · · · ·
Also,
tr
s 2
tf
s 2
t t t ;
tr
s 2
r
v
t ,
t
v
r and
tf
s 2
f
v
t ,
t
v
f
2 1 2
2
1
1
+ · + · · · · · · ·

,
`

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|
+ · ⇒
,
`

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|
+ ·
r
1
f
1
s 2 t
t
s 2
r
1
f
1
t
29.
t ) cos u (
g
h 2
u R × θ · ·
g
h 2
cos
1
t
θ
·
....... (1)
Now,
2
gt
2
1
t ) sin u ( h + θ − ·
Substituting ‘t’ from (1),
]
]
]

θ
+
θ
θ
− ·
2
cos g
h 2
g
2
1
g
h 2
cos
sin u
h θ + θ − ·
2
sec h tan
g
h 2
u h
h tan h tan
g
h 2
u h
2
+ θ + θ − ·
hg
2
u tan ; 0 tan
hg
2
u tan
2
· θ ∴ · θ − θ
30. Applying R
1
→R
1
+ R
2
+ R
3
As, 0 ; 0 1
n 2 n
· ∆ ∴ · ω + ω +
31.
R 2
a
n
sin ;
r 2
a
n
tan ·
,
`

.
| π
·
,
`

.
| π

,
`

.
| π
· + ⇒
]
]
]

π
+
π
· +
n 2
cot .
2
a
R r
n
ec cos
n
cot
2
a
R r
32. Taking co-ordinates as
( ) ( ) yr , xr & y , x ;
r
y
,
r
x

,
`

.
|
. Above coordinates satisfy the relation y = mx Therefore lies
on the straight line.
33. 1 z · ω ..... (1)
As,
i
z
therefore
2
z
Arg ·
ω
π
·
,
`

.
|
ω
1
z
·
ω

....... (2)
From (1) & (2),
0 z z ; 0
z z
and 1 z · ω + ω ·
ω
+
ω
· ω ·
i i z ; . .
z
z z
2
− · ω − · ω ω ω
ω

· ω − · ω
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34. z
2
+ az + b = 0; z
1
+ z
2
= -a & z
1
z
2
= b
0, z, z
2
form an equilateral ∆

0
2
+ z
1
2
+ z
2
2
= 0.z
1
+ z
1
.z
2
+ z
2
.0
(for equation ∆ , z
1
2
+ z
2
2
+ z
3
2
= z
1
z
2
+ z
2
z
3
+ z
3
z
1
)
z
1
2
+ z
2
2
= z
1
z
2
or (z
1
+ z
2
)
2
= 3z
1
z
2

a
2
= 3b.
35.
0
dx
dy
) e x ( ) y 1 (
y tan 2
1
· − + +

) y 1 (
e
) y 1 (
x
dy
dx
e x
dy
dx
) y 1 (
2
y tan
2
y tan 2
1
1
+
·
+
+ ⇒ · + +


I.F. =
y tan e e
1
dy
) y 1 (
1
2


+
·
ydy tan
y tan
y tan
1
1
1
e
y 1
e
) e ( x




+
·
k e xe 2 C
2
e
) e ( x
y tan 2 y tan
y tan 2
y tan
1 1
1
1
+ · ∴ + ·
− −


36. Let f(x) = e
x
∫ ∫
− · ∴
1
0
1
0
x 2 x
dx ) e x ( e dx ) x ( g ) x ( f
∫ ∫
− ·
1
0
1
0
x 2 x 2
dx e dx e x
[ ] [ ] [ ]
1
0
x 2
1
0
x x
1
0
x 2
e
2
1
e xe 2 e x − − − ·
[ ]
2
3
2
e
e 1 e e 2
2
1
2
e
e
2 2
− − · + − −
]
]
]

− − ·
37. 7 r 154 r
2
· ⇒ · π
For centre on solving equation
2x - 3y = 5 & 3x - 4y = 7 or x = 1, y = 1 centre = (1, -1)
Equation of circle, (x - 1)
2
+ (y + 1)
2
= 7
2
x
2
+ y
2
- 2x + 2y = 47
38.
2
x 2 1
) C ( P ,
4
x 1
) B ( P ,
3
1 x 3
) A ( P

·

·
+
·
These are mutually exclusive
1
2
x 2 1
0 and 1
4
x 1
0 , 1
3
1 x 3
0 ≤

≤ ≤

≤ ≤
+

1 x 2 1 and 1 x 3 , 2 x 3 1 ≤ ≤ − ≤ ≤ − ≤ ≤ −
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2
1
x
2
1
and , 1 x 3 ,
3
2
x
3
1
≤ ≤ − ≤ ≤ − ≤ ≤ −
Also
1
2
x 2 1
4
x 1
3
x 3 1
0 ≤

+

+
+

3
13
x
3
1
13 x 3 1 12 x 3 13 0 ≤ ≤ ⇒ ≤ ≤ ⇒ ≤ − ≤
¹
'
¹
¹
'
¹
≤ ≤
¹
'
¹
¹
'
¹
− − −
3
13
,
2
1
, 1 ,
3
2
min x
3
1
,
2
1
, 3 ,
3
1
max
]
]
]

∈ ⇒ ≤ ≤
2
1
,
3
1
x
2
1
x
3
1
39. n(S) =
5
C
2
; n(E) =
2
C
1
+
2
C
1
5
2
C
C C
) S ( n
) E ( n
) E ( p
2
5
1
2
1
2
·
+
· ·
40.
3 a 5 a
2
2 &
3 a 5 a
a 3 1
3
2
2
2
+ −
· α
+ −

· α
3 a 5 a
2
) 3 a 5 a (
) a 3 1 (
9
1
2
2 2 2
2
+ −
·
]
]
]

+ −

1 a 6 a 9 or 9
) 3 a 5 a (
) a 3 1 (
2
2
2
+ − ·
+ −

3
2
a or 26 a 39 or 27 a 45 a 9
2
· · + − ·
41.
r
1 r
) x (
! r
) 1 r n ( .......... ) 2 n ( ) 1 n ( n
T
+ − − −
·
+
For first negative term, n - r + 1 < 0 or
5
32
r >

r = 7. Therefore, first negative term is T
8
.
42.
8 / r
2
r 256
r
256 r 8 r 256
r
256
1 r
) 5 ( ) 3 ( C ) 5 ( ) 3 ( C T


+
· ·
Terms will be integral if
8
r
&
2
r 256−
both are +ve integer. As 256 . .......... , 24 , 16 , 8 , 0 r 256 r 0 · ∴ ≤ ≤
For above values of

,
`

.
| −
2
r 256
, r is also an integer.
43. After t; velocity =
t f ×
α − + · − + · cos ut f 2 u t f ) u ( t f V
2 2 2
BA
r
r
For max. and min.
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( )
f
cos u
t or 0 cos fu 2 t f 2 V
dt
d
2 2
BA
α
· · α − ·
Therefore, total no. of values of r = 33.
44. Using
n
C
r
+
n
C
r-1
=
n+1
C
r
r
n
r
1 n
1 r
n
r
n
r
n
1 r
n
1 r
n
C C C C C C C + + · + + + ·
+
+ − +
4 4 3 4 4 2 1
1 r
2 n
r
1 n
1 r
1 n
C C C
+
+ +
+
+
⇒ +
45.
α
β
θ
α − θ · β β + α · θ or
4
h
h
4
3

160
h
.
40
h
1
160
h
40
h
5
3
or
tan . tan 1
tan tan
tan
+

·
α θ +
α − θ
· β
h
2
- 200 h + 6400 = 0, h = 40 or 160 metre
Therefore possible height = 40 metre
46.
A
E
B D C
P
4/3
0
60 x
0
90
0
30
8/3
3 3
8
x or
x
3 / 8
60 tan
0
· ·
Area of
3 3
16
3 3
8
4
2
1
ABD · × × · ∆ ∴
Area of
3 3
32
3 3
16
2 ABC · × · ∆
47. If
2
b 3
2
A
cos c
2
C
cos a
2 2
·
,
`

.
|
+
,
`

.
|
a[cos C + 1] + c[cos A + 1] = 3b
(a + c) + (a cos C + c cos B) = 3b
a + c + b = 3b or a + c = 2b or a, b, c are in A.P.
48.
0 ) c b a ( . ) c b a ( 0 c b a · + + + + ⇒ · + +
r
r
r r
r
r r
r
r
0 ) a . c c . b b . a ( 2 c b a
2
2
2
· + + + + +
r r r
r r
r r
r
r
7
2
9 4 1
a . c c . b b . a − ·
− − −
· + +
r r r
r r
r
49. ∫
− ·
1
0
n
dx ) x 1 ( x I
∫ ∫
− − − · − − · −
1
0
n
1
0
n
dx ) x 1 ( ) 1 x 1 ( dx ) x 1 ( x I
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∫ ∫
− − − ·
+
1
0
1
0
n 1 n
dx ) x 1 ( dx ) x 1 (
1 n
1
2 n
1
) 1 n (
) x 1 (
) 2 n (
) x 1 (
1
0
1 n
1
0
2 n
+

+
·
]
]
]

+ −


]
]
]

+ −

·
+ +
2 n
1
1 n
1
I
+

+
·
50.
x cos x x sin
x 2 . x sec
Lim
) x sin x (
dx
d
dt t sec
dx
d
Lim
2 2
0 x
x
0
2
0 x
2
+
·
→ →

(by L’ Hospital rule)
1
1 1
1 2
x cos
x
x sin
x sec 2
Lim
2 2
0 x
·
+
×
·

,
`

.
|
+

51.
O
C A

centre of sphere = (-1, 1, 2)
Radius of sphere
5 19 4 1 1 · + + +
Perpendicular distance from centre to the plane
. 4
3
12
4 4 1
7 4 2 1
d OC · ·
+ +
+ + + −
· ·
AC
2
= AO
2
- OC
2
= 5
2
- 4
2
= 9 ⇒ AC = 3
52. Vector perpendicular to the face OAB
k 3 j i 5
3 1 2
1 2 1
k j i
OB OA − − · · × ·
Vector perpendicular to the face ABC
k 3 j 5 i
1 1 2
2 1 1
k j i
AC AB − − ·
− −
− · × ·
Angle between the faces = Angle between their normals

,
`

.
|
· θ ·
+ +
· θ

35
19
cos or
35
19
35 35
9 5 5
cos
1
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53. 4
) x ( f ) k ( 9
) x ( kf ) x ( 9 k
lim
a x
·



(By L’Hospital rule)
. 4 k or 4
) x ( ' f ) x ( ' 9
) x ( ' f ) x ( ' 9
k
lim
a x
· ·



54.
3
lim
2
x
) x 2 (
) x sin 1 ( .
2
x
4
tan
− π

,
`

.
|

π
π

Let
0 y ; y
2
x → +
π
·
8 .
8
y
. ) 8 (
2
y
sin 2
2
y
tan
) y 2 (
) y cos 1 ( .
2
y
tan
3
2
lim
0 y
3
lim
0 y


·

,
`

.
|
− −
·
→ →
32
1
2 / y
2 / y sin
.
2
y
2
y
tan
32
1
2
lim
0 y
·
]
]
]

,
`

.
|
·

55.
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
) b k ( ) a h ( ) b k ( ) a h ( − + − · − + −
0 ) b a b a (
2
1
y ) b b ( x ) a a (
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2 2 1 2 1
· − − + + − + −
) b a b a (
2
1
C
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
− − + ·
56.
0
c c c
b b b
a a a
1 c c
1 b b
1 a a
0
c 1 c c
b 1 b b
a 1 a a
3 2
3 2
3 2
2
2
2
3 2
3 2
3 2
· + ⇒ ·
+
+
+
(a - b) (b - c) (c - a) + abc(a - b) (b - c) (c - a) = 0
(abc + 1) [(a - b) (b - c) (c - a)] = 0
As
0
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
2
2
2

(given condition)

abc = -1
57. ( )( ) 0 1 x 2 x or 0 2 x 3 x
2
· − − · + −
4 solution of . No or 2 , 1 x or 2 , 1 x · ∴ t t · ·
58. f(x) = 2x
3
- 9ax
2
+ 12a
2
x + 1
) x ( f′ = 6x
2
- 18ax + 12a
2
; ) x ( f ′ ′ = 12x - 18a
For max. or min. 6x
2
- 18ax + 12a
2
= 0 ⇒ x
2
- 3ax + 2a
2
= 0
x = a or x = 2a, at x = a max.and at x = 2a min.
p
2
= q
a
2
= 2a

a = 2 or a = 0
but a > 0, therefore, a = 2.
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59.

,
`

.
|
+ −
· ·
x
1
x
1
xe ) x ( f ; 0 ) 0 ( f
R.H.L.
0
e
h
e ) h 0 (
h / 2
lim
0 h
h / 2 lim
0 h
· · +



L.H.L
0 e ) h 0 ( Lim
h
1
h
1
0 h
· −

,
`

.
|
− −

Therefore, f(x) is continuous
R.H.D.
0
h
he e ) h 0 (
h
1
h
1
h
1
h
1
lim
0 h
·
− +

,
`

.
|
+ −
,
`

.
|
+ −

L.H.D.
1
h
he e ) h 0 (
Lim
h
1
h
1
h
1
h
1
0 h
·

− −

,
`

.
|
+ −
,
`

.
|
− −

Therefore, L.H.D.

R.H.D.
f(x) is not differentiable at x = 0.
60.
- - + +
-1 0 1
) x x ( log
x 4
3
) x ( f
3
10 2
− +

·
4 x ; 0 x x ; 0 x 4
3 2
t ≠ > − ≠ −
{ ¦ 4 ) , 1 ( ) 0 , 1 ( D − ∞ − · ∴ U
) , 2 ( ) 2 , 1 ( ) 0 , 1 ( D ∞ − · U U .
61. f(x + y) = f(x) + f(y). α · α m ) ( f Let
f(1) = 7;

m = 7, f(x) = 7x
∑ ∑
+
· ·
·
n
1
n
1 r
2
) 1 n ( n 7
r 7 ) r ( f
62.
2
x
1
1
dx
dy
or
x
1
x y − · + ·
For max. or min., 1 x 0
x
1
1
2
t · ⇒ · −
) ima min ve ( 2
dx
y d
x
2
dx
y d
2 x
2
2
3 2
2
+ ·

,
`

.
|
⇒ ·
·
Therefore x = 1
63. Let β be the inclination of the plane to the horizontal and u be the velocity of projection of the projectile
) sin 1 ( g
u
R and
) sin 1 ( g
u
R
2
2
2
1
β −
·
β +
·
]
]
]

· · + · +
g
u
R
R
2
R
1
R
1
or
u
g 2
R
1
R
1
2
2 1
2
2 1
Q
Therefore, R
1
, R, R
2
are in H.P.
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64. 2830 x , 170 x
2
· Σ · Σ increase in
10 x · Σ
, then
180 10 170 ' x · + · Σ
Increase in 500 400 900 x
2
· − · Σ then
3330 500 2830 ' x
2
· + · Σ
Variance =
2
2
' x
n
1
' x
n
1

,
`

.
|
Σ − Σ
. 78 144 222 180
15
1
3330
15
1
2
· − ·
,
`

.
|
× − × ·
65. As for given question two cases are possible.
(i) Selecting 4 out of first five question and 6 out of remaining 8 question =
5
C
4
×
8
C
6
= 140 choices.
(ii) Selecting 5 out of first five question and 5 out of remaining 8 questions =
5
C
5
×
8
C
5
= 56 choices.
Therefore, total number of choices = 140 + 56 = 196.
66. ]
]
]

]
]
]

·
]
]
]

α β
β α
·
a b
b a
a b
b a
A
2
ab 2 ; b a
2 2
· β + · α
67. No.of ways in which 6mm can be arranged at a round table = (6 - 1)!
Now women can be arranged in 6! ways.
Total number of ways = 6!
×
5!
68. No option satisfied wrong.
A = (7, -4, 7), B = (1, -6, 10), C = (-1, -3, 4) and D = (5, -1, 5)
7 9 4 36 ) 10 7 ( ) 6 4 ( ) 1 7 ( AB
2 2 2
· + + · − + + − + − ·
Similarly BC = 7, CD = 41 , DA = 17
69. ( ) ) w v v v w u v u ( . w v u
r r r r r r r r r r r
× + × − × − × − +
( )
0
) v u .( u
) w v w u v u ( . w v u
r r r
r r r r r r r r r ×
· × + × − × − +
) w u .( v
0
) v u .( v
) w v .( u
0
) w u .( u r r r
r r r
r r r
r r r
× −
×
+ × +
×

0
) w u .( w
0
) w u .( w
) v u .( w
0
) w v .( v
r r r r r r
r r r
r r r
×

×
+ × −
×
+
) v u .( w ) w u ( . v ) w v .( u
r r r r r r r r r
× − × − × ·
) w v .( u ] v u w [ ] u w v [ ] w v u [
r r r r r r r r r r r r
× · − + ·
70. sin
-1
x = 2sin
-1
a
2
a sin 2
2
;
2
x sin
2
1 1
π
≤ ≤
π
− ∴
π
≤ ≤
π

− −
2
1
a
2
1
or
4
a sin
4
1
≤ ≤
− π
≤ ≤
π


)
2
1
2
1
As (
2
1
a > ≤ ∴
. Out of given four option no one is absolutely correct but (c) could be taken into
consideration.
2
1
a ≤ →
is correct, if
2
1
a < is taken as correct then it domain satisfy for
3
1
a ·
but
equation is satisfied.
2
1
3
1
2
1
> >
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71. Eq. of planes be 1
c
z
b
y
a
x
& 1
c
z
b
y
a
x
1 1 1
· + + · + + (

r distance on plane from origin is same.)
2
1
2
1
2
1
2 2 2
c
1
b
1
a
1
1
c
1
b
1
a
1
1
+ +

·
+ +

0
a
1
a
1
2
1
2
· Σ − Σ ∴
72.
1
i 1
) i 1 (
1
i 1
i 1
x
2
x
·
]
]
]


+
⇒ ·
,
`

.
|

+
+
∈ · ∴ · ⇒ ·

,
`

.
|
+
+ +
1 n ; n 4 x ; 1 ) i ( 1
1 1
i 2 i 1
x
x
2
73. f : N →1
f(1) = 0, f(2) = -1, f(3) = -1, f(4) = -2,
f(5) = 2, and f(6) = -3 so on.
>
>
>
>
>
>
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
-1
1
-2
2
3
In this type of function every element of set A has unique image in set B and there is no element left in set B.
Hence f is one-one and onto function.
74. f(x) = ax
2
+ bx + c
f(1) = f(-1) ⇒a + b + c = a - b + c or b = 0

f(x) = ax
2
+ c or ) x ( f′ = 2ax
Now ) a ( f′ ; ) b ( f′ ; and ) c ( f′ are 2a(a); 2a(b); 2a(c). If a, b, c are in A.P. then ) a ( f′ ; ) b ( f′ and ) c ( f′ are also
in A.P.
75.
∞ + − ..... .......... ..........
4 . 3
1
3 . 2
1
2 . 1
1
Let
( )

,
`

.
|
+
− ·
+
·
1 n
1
n
1
1 n n
1
T
n
S = T
1
- T
2
+ T
3
- T
4
+ T
5
..............

..........
5
1
4
1
4
1
3
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
1
1

,
`

.
|
− −
,
`

.
|
− +
,
`

.
|
− −
,
`

.
|
− ·
]
]
]

∞ − + − − · .. ..........
5
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
2 1

,
`

.
|
· − · + + − − ·
e
4
log 1 2 log 2 ] 1 ) 1 1 log( [ 2 1
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39. A
40. B
41. D
42. C
43. C
44. A
45. A
46. NONE
47. B
48. C
49. D
50. D
51. D
52. B
53. B
54. D
55. B
56. C
57. C
58. D
59. C
60. A
61. A
62. C
63. A
64. B
65. C
66. C
67. A
68. C
69. C
70. C
71. A
72. B
73. D
74. B
75. A
A I E E E 2 0 0 3 K E Y
P h y s i c s
A n d
C h e m i s t r y
1. B
2. A
3. B
4. A
5. D
6. A
7. A
8. D
9. C
10. B
11. A
12. C
13. C
14. D
15. C
16. A
17. A
18. A
19. C
20. B
21. C
22. D
23. D
24. B
25. D
26. A
27. D
28. NONE
29. C
30. B
31. D
32. A
33. D
34. C
35. C
36. A
37. C
38. D
39. B
40. D
41. C
42. A
43. D
44. A
45. B
46. A
47. A
48. B
49. B
50. C
51. C
52. D
53. B
54. D
55. C
56. B
57. B
58. A
59. A
60. A
61. D
62. B
63. C
64. C
65. B
66. B
67. A
68. D
69. B
70. C
71. C
72. D
73. B
74. D
75. D
76. B
77. C
78. B
79. B
80. D
81. C
82. C
83. B
84. D
85. D
86. C
87. A
88. D
89. A
90. A
91. B
92. C
93. C
94. B
95. C
96. A
97. C
98. C
99. B
100. A
101. A
102. A
103. D
104. B
105. A
106. D
107. A
108. D
109. A
110. B
111. B
112. D
113. A
114. d
115. B
116. D
117. A
118. B
119. B
120. B
121. C
122. A
123. B
124. A
125. A
126. A
127. D
128. A
129. B
130. C
131. D
132. A
133. D
134. B
135. D
136. C
137. C
138. D
139. B
140. A
141. B
142. B
143. B
144. A
145. B
146. B
147. A
148. A
149. A
150. D
1. A
2. A
3. A
4. B
5. B
6. D
7. D
8. C
9. C
10. D
11. D
12. A
13. A
14. C
15. D
16. B
17. C
18. B
19. D
20. A
21. D
22. D
23. D
24. D
25. A
26. D
27. A
28. A
29. A
30. B
31. D
32. B
33. A
34. D
35. C
36.. D
37. D
Mathematics
45
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